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And M I T and Northwestern University, the city of Chicago's out with a new plan to wipe out college debt for some residents who want to get back into the classrooms but can't afford it. W jams. TOMATO Bradley has the story. The city is calling it a fresh start a four year debt forgiveness program to help former city colleges. Students return to school. The second city is giving Chicago and a second chance under the program. Some 21,000 students in good standing dropped out over the last decade because they couldn't pay their tuition and fees. Will be eligible to clear their debt and return to finish school. Too often, college debt stands in the way of a person's dreams

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